What does SOPW mean?
1) I don't want to build Perl modules, but executables
2) To build executables like: pp -o file.exe --link=C:\strawberry\c\bin\libmysql_.dll -x -c -vvv file.pl
3) I have a project that consists of several .pl that I want to turn into .exe file (Windows). I can build them with a .bat file containing the pp calls but that does not include dependencies. So I want to make a new .exe if a related .pl file has changed, including the .pl file used by require
4) When .pl are used within a .pl file the .exe. depends on them aswel
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